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Patrick Romero, Untitled
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Patrick Romero

Untitled, Los Angeles, 2013
Website - http://PatrickRomero.tumblr.com/

Patrick Romero is a photographer working in the film industry. He was born, raised and has lived in Los Angeles his entire life. He has self-published a book and has had work published in The Atlantic Magazine.

Posted on Friday, July 5, 2013.

 

 

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